The human body is a complex network of cells, nerves, tissue, bone, muscle etc. and is more than just a sum of its parts. Its workings are fascinating, its secrets intriguing, and despite all the headway science has made, there are some things about the human body that you just cannot explain. Take this quiz to find out how much you do know about yourself.
How many bones is a child born with?
How many bones does an adult have?
Which among these is not an organ?
Which of these is the largest bone in the body?
What are these terms related to – Malleus, Incus, and Stapes?
Where is the scapula bone located?
The thyroid gland belongs to which of these systems?
Which of these bones are not connected to any other bones?
How many sweat glands does an average human have?
Which of these parts have more bones?
What is the length of a stretched out digestive system?
Which of these are known as the voice box?
In an eye transplant, which part of the eye is transplanted?
What are the nails in the human body made of?
Sweating is a part of which of these processes?
Where is the pituitary gland situated?
Where is the smallest bone in the human body located?
Which of these is a part of the endocrine and exocrine gland of the human body?
Which enzymes are found in saliva?
Mouth-watering is a fluid secretion from which of these glands?
What makes astronauts in space lose a substantial amount of calcium when they urinate?
Which of these are all enzymes?
What among these defines cartilage?
Which gland produces the growth hormone, somatotropin?
What part of your body is as big as a large fist?
How many liters of blood is filtered by the kidneys every day?
The liver is about the size of which of these things?
Which organ in the body is capable of re-growing?
How long does swallowed food take to reach the stomach?
Where does digestion start?